- One time he was so timid he was plumb scared of the Super, and never got credit for the dandy work he did.Chapter 6 (45% in)
- At the Nobby Men's Wear Shop he took his left hand off the steering-wheel to touch his scarf, and thought well of himself as one who bought expensive ties "and could pay cash for 'em, too, by golly;" and at the United Cigar Store, with its crimson and gold alertness, he reflected, "Wonder if I need some cigars—idiot—plumb forgot—going t' cut down my fool smoking."Chapter 5 (9% in)
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